Grade 5 students explored, imagined, predicted, designed and observed change over time at the Cortambert Campus building site in November 2017.
Living in Paris
Paris - a city of lights, history, arts, and surprises...
In addition to providing a vibrant learning environment for our students, the city center location of the International School of Paris allows our families to find a home within the city limits, and enjoying life in Paris to the fullest. On this page, you will find news stories, useful links and information about what it is like to live in this city, called by many 'la plus belle ville du monde!'
Bienvenue à Paris!
“That Paris exists and anyone could choose to live anywhere else in the world will always be a mystery to me.”
Marion Cotillard as Adriana in Midnight in Paris
Students in the Primary School have begun to take part in ISP's Bridges between Cultures and Generations program as part of intergenerational learning.
ISP's Parent Teacher Association held its annual "PTA presents Paris" event for new parents to facilitate the new families' transition to Paris. Thank you, PTA!
As a part of our Grade 9 work experience project, three International School of Paris' Grade 9 students contributed to the Cortambert* cafeteria plans.
The Grade 9 work experience program gives students an idea of what working life could be, and helps them plan their future careers and paths.
Paris experienced peak levels of air pollution during the month of December. What do pollution alerts mean for us as a school?
The International School of Paris is marking the anniversary of the November 13 attacks in Paris one year ago.
These Paris photographs and artwork were created by a our student Andrew as a part of his Grade 10 Personal Project. Enjoy!